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Album Review: Darkness on the Edge of Town -Bruce Springsteen (4th Album)

June 2 1978, three years after the great Born to Run, Bruce Springsteen finally dropped Darkness on the Edge of Town. Due to a massive legal battle with former manager Mike Appel, who also co produced… 718 more words


I Don't Give a Damn For Just the In-Betweens

Maybe I’m alone on this one but ‘Darkness on the Edge of Town’ is possibly my favorite Bruce album.  It’s just so raw, energetic, poetic, nostalgic, romantic, honest and all around damn good….not to mention, (in my opinion) ‘The Big Man’ at his peak.   65 more words


Strangers From the City Call my Baby's Number

Song: Candy’s Room
Album: Darkness on the Edge of Town
Year: 1978

Okay, men. Can you just leave Candy alone for a hot second? Number one, she presumably still lives with her parents (this isn’t called “Candy’s Rental Apartment” or “Candy’s Duplex” after all) so it is not appropriate at all for you to be giving her diamonds and/or toys. 234 more words


17. Finding You

Lives on the line where dreams are found and lost
I’ll be there on time and I’ll pay the cost
For wanting things that can only be found… 874 more words

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The Daily Cut: Bruce Springsteen "Prove It All Night"

Bruce Springsteen: “Prove It All Night”

ALBUM: Darkness on the Edge of Town

YEAR: 1978

WRITER: Bruce Springsteen

Peaked at number-33 on theBillboard Hot 100, but a staple at album rock radio. 129 more words



I originally hadn’t planned on tackling this song so soon. In fact it didn’t even make the list of songs I knew I had to do when I began the project. 983 more words